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Dry plugs sounds like the clue. As you've surmised, either the injectors aren't spewing or there is no pressurized fuel in the rail. Does the fuel actually spray out when you crack the banjo bolt loose after cranking or does it just run or trickle out? If it doesn't spray in all directions as soon as the bolt cracks loose then it's not pressurized and won't pass through the injectors. You could pull the rail with the injectors attached and crank the engine while watching for a proper spray from them. Try not to be smoking while doing that and disconnect the coil primary so there are no errant sparks. I keep a fire extinguisher at hand too. If you determine with certainty that the injectors are not getting a signal then we should walk through the LH2.4 troubleshooting algorithm doing pin tests with a volt/ohm meter.
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